Mint.com has had a rollercoaster of a relationship with Windows Phone. Earlier this year they said they had no plans for Windows Phone. Fast forward a few months and we’re looking at them instead confirming a Mint.com app for Windows Phone before the end of the year. Not only are they working on Windows Phone support, but they also confirmed a Windows 8 version of Mint.com in time for the holidays.
Want in on the beta for Windows 8 and Windows Phone? Yes you do. Details below.
Mint, as you may know, is a very popular web-based personal finance management service for the United States and Canada. It’s only grown in popularity since its inception in 2006 and was eventually acquired by Intuit in 2009. Mint (www.mint.com) is a service that many folks on Windows Phone and Windows 8 have been wanting for a very, very long time. The holidays are coming up, so Mint has a beta coming soon.
Head to the Windows 8 signup page for the beta of the Mint app. You’ll need to be running Windows 8.1 on your machine and be familiar with installing software. Don’t forget to check the interest box for joining the Windows Phone beta in the form.
If you’re a fan of running beta software you’re typically satisfied by getting early access and feedback for an app you love. Mint is stepping up the beta tester game by offering a free Mint.com t-shirt to the best bug finders. Baller.
Signing up for the beta? Let us know below.
Source: Mint.com Beta Sign Up
Thanks for the tip Mauricio A and everyone else!